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6:00 p.m., a daring escape. neighbor charles ramsey says he sees amanda struggling to break free. >> i'm eating my mcdonald's. i come outside. i see this girl going nuts, trying to get out of a house. so, i go on the porch. i go on the porch. and she says, help me get out. i've been in here a long time. >> reporter: ramsey quickly gets her to a phone. it's the 911 call police and amanda's family have been waiting for. for ten years. >> i'm amanda berry. i've been missing for ten years. i'm free now. i'm amanda berry. i've been on the news for the last ten years. >> reporter: amanda is safe. but the other two are still inside. and their raptor is dangerously close. police come quickly to rescue the others. as for the men who allegedly kidnap them, police arrest three brothers, including ariel castro, a school bus drivers. police believe he is the only one who lives at the home. suddenly, after not being seen for ten years, amanda berry is in the spotlight. a hero, authorities say, who took a chance to bring herself and the others home. >> amanda is part of our family. and so, will
, the man turns up at the public toilets to clean them himself. before the party got on to the ramsey town council, the climate's would close on cost- saving grounds -- the toilets were closed on cost-saving grounds. peter reid says like all counselors, he believes in rolling at his sleeves and getting on with it. ramsey is britain's first ukip- led council. reeve is a relative newcomer to politics. >> i've always grown up thinking politics is something posh people do or something rich people do. whereas ukip said they wanted an ordinary person who is prepared to work hard and do things in your community. it is you that our most valuable. >> ramsey had been a conservative stronghold before ukip took control of the town council. its focus is on local projects like this market run by volunteers. >> sometimes they man them, but our volunteers look after them so people can have full-time jobs and still try their big business idea. >> with just over a week to go before local elections, it is the burgeoning grassroots activism like this that has got the conservatives worried. the main source of
. and thanks in large part to a passing neighbor named charles ramsey who had the compassion to respond to her cries for help. >> and i look and i see this girl and she is just going nuts on the door i'm like what is your problem are you stuck? just open the door. she says, i can't, he got it locked. how he has it, enough to reach the hand out to grab the mail and close the door. naturally going to pry it open. that didn't work. we had to kick open the bottom. lucky on that door, it was aluminum, it was cheap. she climbed out with her daughter. she went to my house, we called 911. >> reporter: that's right. he said amanda escaped with her daughter. a report that brings back chilling medical reese of jaycee dugard, who gave birth too two daughters while being held by her kidnappers for over 18 years. >> when these girls were abducted they went into this environment with a person or persons and probably were held against their will for a period of time. but then that world becomes their reality. >> reporter: aside from her little girl, amanda berry had others in the house to worry about tonight.
. >> it is. and people will get involved. to think that charles ramsey and angel cordora helped her out. it could have gone another way if nobody responded to her screams. >> craig, you were at the press conference today. tell us about the aspect that we heard around this. >> you know, one of the things that i think was most interesting out of that news conference, reverend al, is that the three castro brothers who were charged, ariel castro, the ring leader, the mastermind, if you will, and then his two brothers, onil and pedro castro, initially the thinking was that all three of them would be charged with rape and kidnapping. we found out at the news conference -- at the beginning in fact -- that it would just be the 52-year-old castro. it would just be ariel castro charged with kidnapping and rape and the other two would not be charged with anything. there's misdemeanor bench warrants that they are going to take up tomorrow. what you have here, according to the police, you have in addition to the three women living in that house, two brothers, at least according to the police, had no
spokesperson, that some interviews were conducted today. now, my exclusive interview with charles ramsey, one of the neighbors who noticed amanda berry was screaming for help. a lot of people calming him a hero. >> so you moved in about a year ago. >> yeah. >> you'd seen ariel castro around, right? >> when i moved here. he was my neighbor. >> what was he like? >> cool. he wasn't no freak of nature. he was like me and you. he talked about the same thing you talk blt. about. you know, regular stuff, bro. >> so yesterday, wapd? >> you gonna love this. i'm going to tell it all. around 3:00, i was on my porch. and the mailman put his mail in my mail. i looked at it and said i've got to give ariel his mail when he comes home. before he went this the house,i said ariel, here go your mail. he said they can't get it right. i said nope, damn postal service. that's it. he left. i jumped on my bike. went to mcdonalds. came back home. i'm in my house. but i'm in the living room and i'm right by the front door because i'm looking out the front door. and, man, this girl screamed like a car had hit her kid,
not to know where your child is. i went through that horrible pain. here's charles ramsey walking home so succinctly. i'm ray black guy. i saw a white woman crying for help and i went to help her and broke her out. amanda berry, saved her life, two other women's lives and the child and charles ramsey is the guy that broke them out of that house of horrors. if i ever meet him i'm going to give him the biggest hug. >> victims rights add voekd john walsh there. of course, the case in cleveland reminds us of other incidents of long-term cam tift of jaycee dugard missing 18 years when she was found in 2009. >> dugard is being honored tonight. its hope awards recognizing those who work to protect kids. we'll, of course, have more from cleveland later in the half hour and later on "good morning america" live interviews with the people who live in that very neighborhood. >>> there is outrage this morning over the arrest of a top air force officer whose job it is to protect female service members. the charge assaulting a woman. lieutenant colonel jeff few krusinski arrested over the weekend since
behind bars and now their families are speaking out. >>> charles ramsey says he is no hero the neighbor who helped save the three kidnapped women will tell you how all of this went down and what is haunting him right now. >> new developments in the dilemma over what to do with the body of suspected boston marathon bomber as protesters line the streets in front of the funeral home that holds his remains. >>> good morning. welcome to this special edition of "early start." berman. >>> i'm zoraida sambolin live in cleveland, ohio. it is wednesday, may 8th, 5:00 a.m. in the east we are waiting to find out this morning what kind of horror these three women endured during a decade of captivity in this home in seymour avenue on cleveland's west side. fbi agents have been combing through the house since the dramatic escape on monday. it's not yet clear what they have found inside. later today fbi agents will interview pedro castro for the first time. and amanda berry's whose chilling 911 call, which brought an ending to this ordeal. >> hello? >> amanda? >> yeah, grandma. >> how are you? >> i'm f
. that neighbor, a man by the name of ramsey, charles ramsey helped her break out. she ran out of the house with a small child and dialed 9-1-1. this is the 9-1-1 call she made from amanda berry. >> help me, i'm amanda berry. >> do you need police, fire or ambulance? >> i need police. >> okay, what's going on there. >> i've been kidnapped and i've been missing for ten years and i'm here, i'm flee p free now. >> okay. about what's your address? >> i can't hear you. >> okay, stay there with those neighbors, talk to the police when they get there. >> okay. okay. okay. okay talk to the police when they get there. >> okay. hello? >> yeah, talk to the police when thigh get there. >> okay. are they here right now. >> we're going to send them as soon as we get a car open. >> all right, we're sending them, okay? >> who is the guy you're -- who's the guy went out? how old is he? >> he's like 52. i'm amanda berry. i've been in the news for like ten years. >> okay. i got that. and you said -- what was his name again? and is he white, black or hispan hispanic? >> he's hispanic. >> what's he wearing? >>
. that neighbor, a man by the name of ramsey, charles ramsey, helped her break out. she ran out of the house with a small child, ran to a neighbor's house and dialed 911. this is the 911 call she made from amanda berry. >> 911. >> help me. help me. i'm raymoamanda berry. >> do you need police, fire or ambulance? >> i need police. >> and what's going on there? >> i've been kidnapped and i've been missing for ten years. i'm here, i'm free now. >> okay. and want's your address? [bleep]. >> [bleep]. >> looks like you're calling me from [bleep]. >> i can't hear you. okay, stay there with those neighbors and talk to police when they get there. talk to the police when they get there. >> okay. hello? >> yes, talk to the priss when they get there. >> we're going to send them as soon as we get a car open. >> no, i have need them now before he gets back. >> all right. we're sending them, okay? >> okay. >> who is the guy who went out? >> his name [bleep]. >> how old is he? >> he's like 52. i'm amanda berry. i've been on the news for the last ten years. >> okay. i got that, dear. >> what was his name aga
and responded. charles ramsey, you heard him on the program yesterday, talking about his neighbor who he saw running toward the house first and that's what made him respond. now another brave neighbor is going to give his version of what went down, the man who charles berry saw running across the street, sort of contradicts what charles berry is saying. you'll hear from him directly. >>> also, after countless twists and turns and testimony the jodi arias trial is over. the jury delivered its verdict today to cheers and tears. i am an american success story. i'm a teacher. i'm a firefighter. i'm a carpenter. i'm an accountant. a mechanical engineer. and i shop at walmart. truth is, over sixty percent of america shops at walmart every month. i find what i need, at a great price. and the money i save goes to important things. braces for my daughter. a little something for my son's college fund. when people look at me, i hope they see someone building a better life. vo: living better: that's the real walmart. constipated? yeah. mm. some laxatives like dulcolax can cause cramps. but phillips' cap
. thank you very much. cleveland dish washer charles ramsey is being called a hero for his role in rescuing the three women and a child who were held captive for years. he also has become a viral video star for his very lively description of everything that happened. in an exclusive interview, ramsey tells cnn's anderson cooper that he has had a hard time sleeping after setting those women free. >> what does it feel like to have been living next to this for a year? >> see, that's why now i'm having trouble sleeping. see, up until yesterday, the only thing that kept me from losing sleep was the lack of money. you hear what i'm saying? >> mm-hmm. >> so now that that's going on, and i could have done this last year, not this hero stuff, just do the right thing. >> we're going to hear more of what charles ramsey had to say to anderson cooper coming up later this morning on "starting point." and what do we know about the home where these women spent the last ten or so years of their lives? tom foreman takes a closer look at the neighborhood, and the layout of that house. >> reporter:
ramsey outside of the home in cleveland. she was able to crawl outside the door after ramsey kicked it down with her 6-year-old in tow. we don't know the name of the 6-year-old child but the commander asking for privacy for the family and asking for the reporters to step back on the other side to make way for the family so when amanda does come home she will give brief remarks. again, asking for respect for this family. obviously the ordeal that she has been through. jeff, i know i interrupted you. take us back to where you were on your report and the charges. >> reporter: no worries. that was a fascinating and interesting news conference. i was saying ariel castro and the castro family has a relationship oddly enough with the youngest victim, gina de jesus, so much ariel castro's son actually wrote an article at the time of the disappearance about how devastated the neighborhood was saying that everyone loved her and that everyone was looking into it and trying to find her and said there were no leads. little did he know, of course, that years later his fatherer would be accuse of
that door and charles ramsey was walking by and he had the gun, you've seen that tape of him talking ten times. he said i'm a black man, it's a white woman calling for help. i don't know if it's a domestic abuse situation. he had the guts to go up there and help that woman escape. >> i want you to play the interview conducted with charles ramsey, this man you rightly call a hero. listen to this. >> i'm eating my mcdonalds. i come outside. i see this girl going nuts trying to get out of her house. so i go on the porch, i go on the porch and she says help me get out. i've been here a long time. so, you know, i figured it was a domestic violence dispute. she comes out with a little girl and she says, call 11. my name is amanda berry. >> charles is a true american hero. this is the first picture of one of the prime suspects. this is ariel castro. he and two of his brothers are in police custody tonight. police have indicated they're expecting to make some charges in the next 36 hours. back to you, john. the reports that are coming out are that these women were kept tied up in this house. we
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ramsey lives next door to where the women were reportedly being held. he said he heard screaming coming from his neighbor's house. >> i see this girl and she was just going nuts on the door. i said what's your problem? just open the door. she says i can't. >> ramsey says he kicked open the door and freed the woman, then he let her use his phone. >> i have been kidnapped and i've been missing for ten ars and i'm here. >> police say all three women rescued from the home had been tide up. they were taken to a cleveland hospital. >> all three girls are healthy. they are getting treatment right now. all of them doing well. they all look good. >> barry was the subject of recent searches, including this one last year after a tip that her body was buried in this lot. the 52-year-old man who lived at the house and two of his brothers have been arrested in connection with the disappearances. police are planning a morning news conference to release further details. cbs news. >>> a six-year-old child was also in the home. that child is also being checked out at the hospital. >>> the college f
've all seen charles ramsey -- the man who helped get amanda berry out of the home. but another man also helped. a neighbor -- angel cordero -- also helped to break down the door. he has not been interviewed on camera. for more, here's kron-4's catherine heenan. >> catherine: monday night.the decade-long nightmare ended for three women imprisoned in this house in cleveland. the suspects -- three brothers. all of them in custody tonight. overjoyed at this rare happy ending to long- standing missing-person cases. but it's also becoming clear the ordeal the women faced was terrible. >> they came out it was just astonishing >> reporter: >> catherine: a celebration outside the hospital in cleveland where the young women were initially taken after their release. friends and family - delighted and shocked. amanda berry was 16 when she disappeared on the eve of her birthday in 2003. she's now 27. also held captive.gina dejesus who was 14 when she vanished in 2004 on her way to school. she's now 23. the third woman - michelle knight - was 21 when kidnapped in 2002.she's now 32. this hospital phot
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. charles ramsey said he just heard a young woman in need and reacted. >> she just going nuts on the door. so i was like what's your problem? you stuck, just open the door. she said i can't, he's got it locked. i looked how he has it, it is only enough to reach a hand out to grab the mail and close the door. and she reached, naturally going to pry it open, that didn't work. we had to kick open the bottom. lucky on that door, it was aluminum, it was cheap. she climbed out with her daughter. about five minutes after the police got here. the girl amanda told police, i ain't the only one. it's some more girls up in that house. >> reporter: when police arrive, they find the two other women inside, alive, scared, grateful. the last chapter of a horror story that dates back to august 2002. michele knight, 20, vanishes last seen at a cousin's house. april the next year, 2003, amanda berry, 16, disappears the day before her 17th birthday, leaving her job. a year later in april 2004, gina dejesus disappears walking home from middle school. we're sitting at the intersection of lorain and 105th, a wo
's an online campaign to thank charles ramsey with a cash reward. an oregon man set up the fundraiser through the website gofundme.com. so far, the site has collected $4,300. the goal is $10,000 and the plan is to deliver the check to ramsey in person. >> and he is a hero and very animated. >> very animated. >> i see a reality show in his future. >> hope not. have a great afternoon. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com >> donna: brooke, are you sure? you told me you were starting menopause. >> brooke: it's not menopause. i'm pregnant, donna. >> donna: and the father...is bill, isn't it? >> bill: you do understand what i am telling you, maya clarisse avant? >> maya: sounds like you're threatening me, mr. spencer. >> bill: oh, "threat." threat is an ugly word. it's...negative.
and then started yelling help me, help me. my name is amanda barry. a fellow named charles ramsey came over, helped them. the bad guy who had been holding them for close to ten years took off and was arrested in mcdonald's. this # 11 call was made by amanda barry when she got across the street at the neighbor's house. >> help me. i'm amanda berry. >> what's going on there? >> i've been kidnapped and i've been missing for ten years. i'm here. i'm free now across the street. i'm using the phone. >> stay there with those neighbors. >> can you help me? okay. >> talk to the police when they get there. >> okay. hello? >> yeah. talk to the police when they get there. >> okay. >> [inaudible] as soon as we get a car open. >> i need them now before he gets back. >> we're sending them now. who is the guy who went out? >> his name is [inaudible] >> how old is he? >> he's like 52. i'm amanda berry. i've been on the news for the last ten years. >> i got that. you say what was his name again? >> ariel castro. >>brian: they couldn't get the screen open. charles ramsey was trying to get her out. anna tajada was sit
to the neighbor, charles ramsey, who helped one of the women escape and call 9-1-1. >> not a clue that girl was in that house or anybody else was in there against their will. because how he is, he just comes out to his backyard. plays with the dogs, goes back in the house. so he is somebody you look and look way, just doing the average stuff. >> shepard: just the average stuff. charles ramsey said he had barbecued with the guy who lived in the house. right place right time. >> had just gotten back from mcdonald's and was sitting on his front porch eating when he heard the william screaming and, in his words, going nuts. he was confused. if you're stuck, open the door. then listen. >> she says i can't got it locked, and i looked, and it's only enough to reach your hand up and grab the mail and close the door. and naturally going to pry it open. didn't work. had to kick open the bottom. i was aluminum. she climbed out with her daughter. >> that was main da berry and her six-year-old daughter. they both called 9-1-1. police showed up two minutes later and walked the other two women out of that
of this story, charles ramsey. one of the women had been pounding and screaming at the door. charles went into investigate found them and broke the door down to get the first girl out. absolute hero, and he's still got a great sense of humor about this too. let's watch him. >> heard her screaming i'm eating my mcdonald's. i come outside and i see this girl going nuts, trying to get out of a house. i go on the porch. she says help me get out i've been here a long time. so we kicked the bottom, and she comes out with a little girl, and she says call 911 my name is amanda berry. the girl told the police i ain't just the only one, there's more girls up in that house. they look like they haven't been fed in a long time, pro. >> you had no idea. >> not a clue that that girl was in that house or anybody else in there against their will. because how he is, is he comes out to his back yard, plays with the dogs, tinkering with his cars and motorcycles. nothing exciting about him until today. >> what was the reaction on the girls faces? >> i knew something was wrong when a little pretty white girl r
charles ramsey who knocked down his neighbor's door. >> can you ask her if she needs an ambulance? >> do you need an ambulance or what? >> she needs everything. she's in a panic, bro. >> amanda berry, gina de jesus and michele knight are in undisclosed locations. >> i was happy that they found her because i have been looking for her. and i just don't want her to think that i forgot about her. >> there are so many unbelievable aspects to this story. all three went missing within a five block radius between 2002 and 2004 and were found in ariel castro's house. first lady michelle obama expressed relief. >> we are grateful that they are safe. it is probably a parent's worst nightmare to lose a child in any way, shape or form. i am just happy for these families that they found their daughters. >> kraig melvin joins me live. i know there is a news conference this afternoon. >> that news conference is going to take place we are told right after the formal charges are filed. those charges we are hearing are going to be filed between now and 6:00 this afternoon. we hope to find out the answer to
them. okay? >> okay. >> shepard: a neighbor, charles ramsey says he watched the whole thing go down. called 911 himself. >> i just came from mcdonald's, right, my food, right? this broad is trying to break out of the house next door to me. she is [bleep] me and my daughter and we have been in this [bleep] she said her name was linda barry or something. >> shepard: he told reporters how he helped barry escape. >> i looked and seen this girl. she is just going nuts on the door. if you are stuck, just open the door. she said i can't he got it locked. i looked how he has it only enough to reach your hand out to grab the mail and close the door. pry it open. that didn't work. we had to kick open the bottom. luckily on that door it was aluminum it was cheap. >> shepard: he also says he knows the homeowner well. i barbecue with this dude. we eat rib and listen to salsa music. >> had you no indication that there was nothing going on. >> not a clue that that girl was in that house or anybody else was in there against their will. >> shepard: today, a relative said all three women have survive
been rescued by america's newest hero, charles ramsey. today is the birthday of bramms, tchaikovsky and benson who used to use humor. today tonight, a special salute to the right wing politicians of south carolina unless mark sanford seeks out to see another tribute on the side. this is "viewpoint." >> john: good evening i'm john fuglesang. and this is "viewpoint." on a day when america celebrated three women who escaped from nightmarish sexual abuse another deeply troubling story on this topic on a systemic level. president obama called it betraying our uniform and said the military would have to exponentially step up our game to stop it. that's putting it mildly. because mr. obama, who was in seoul, south korea today was addressing a wave of sexual assaults in an institution that is supposed to protect america from its foes, the military. according to a pentagon study last year, the military recorded 3,374 sexual assaults and that is up nearly 6% from 2011. even more disturbing because many cases are never even reported anonymous surveys suggest there were as many as 26,000 cases
in cleveland, thank you. >>> charles ramsey became an overnight sensation with his incredible phone call to 911. >> cleveland 911 police, ambulance or fire. >> yeah da nd we've been in this house. says her name is lin berry. moved over here ramsey is a of the hous e kidnap victims da berry and michele k were he helped berry escape mon t and called . even mcdonald's thinks ramsey is a the time is 6: the whistle on the ben tack. th s who cl fficials ignored a call f a r diamond >> ramsey is a neighbor of the house where kidnap victims amanda berry and michelle knight were kept. he helped berry escape, called police and even mcdonald's thinks ramsey is a hero. >>> time now 6:10. blowing the whistle on the benghazi, libya attack. the witness who says officials ignored a call for help. >> and a $50 million diamond heist pulled off like clockwork. the massive breakthrough in the case. >> and it's one thing to lose luggage. but one airline's mistake has a family asking, how could this happen? ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, their home this morning... forced out by a runaway cabe driver crashed into the drive
the three women escape by knocking down the suspect's door gave an exclusive interview. charles ramsey recounted the ordeal to anderson cooper in detail. listen to this. >> you moved in about a year ago. you'd seen ariel castro around, right? >> when i moved here only because he was my neighbor, you know what i mean? >> right. what was he like? >> cool. he wasn't no freak of nature. he was like me and you because he talked about the same thing you talk about. he talk about you. you know what i mean? regular stuff, bro. >> so yesterday, what happened? >> you'll love this. i'm going to tell it all. around 3:00 i was on my porch. and the mailman put his mail in my mail. i've lived here i get ariel's mail when he come home, couple minutes later he pulled up, grabbed the mail, i go, ariel, here go your mail. same conversation when i handed him the mail. can't get it right. i said, nope. that's it. he left. i jumped on my bike, went to mcdonald's. came back home. i'm in my house, but i'm in the living room and i'm right by the front door, i'm looking out the front door. and, man, this girl s
making some noise, i guess. and a neighbor by the name of charles ramsey, hears a noise. he and another guy break down the door. and then he calls -- he calls 911. >> police, ambulance, or fire? >> hey bro i'm at 2207 seymour, west 25th. check this out. i just came from -- trying to break out the door. so there's a bunch of people on the street right now. what's wrong with you? what's the problem. she's like this -- kidnapped me and my daughter. we've been -- she said the neighbor is amanda barry. >> bill: that is the most colorful call. >> that is america's great hero right there. >> bill: charles ramsey for president. comes back from mcdonald's. this woman is trying to break out of the house. he hears cries for help or something. he and his neighbor break down the door. he puts in that call. he says about -- he was living alongside of this guy. he used to just go out and have barbecue with him. >> for a year. i had barbecue with this dude. we eat rib the and listen to salsa music. >> bill: hey bro. ya know, regular guy. >> i couldn't love this guy anymore. >> bill: i'm hanging out wit
:00 in the evening when a neighbor, charles ramsey, heard screams from inside this house on his block. inside, amanda berry, now 27, pounding on the door to escape. >> i was like, what's your problem? are you stuck? open the door. she said, i can't. he's got it locked. it opened just enough to reach the hand out to get the mail. >> reporter: they tried to pry it open. it didn't work. >> so we had to kick open the bottom. luckily on that door it was aluminum. it was cheap. she climbed out with her daughter. >> reporter: authorities won't confirm it was her daughter, but carrying that child, amanda runs. and makes that 911 call and you can hear the fear that that man will return. >> we're gonna send them as soon as we get a car open. >> no, i need them now before he gets back. >> reporter: moments later, she reveals something else. >> the girl amanda told police, i ain't the only one. >> reporter: within moments, police with guns drawn kick in the door. they come out with two other womens. and abc news learned they believe they'd all been tied up, but amanda broke free. gina dejesus, missing since she
. >> you will get more from charles ramsey throughout the hour and the other dratmatic audio we have is from amanda berry. listen. >> help me, i'm amanda berry. >> do you need police, fire or plans ambulance? >> i need please. >> what's going on. >> that was the call that led police to the cleveland home where the two other missing women were discovered and a six-year-old girl who authorities believe is the daughter of amanda berry. tonight cleveland police are facing tough questions after numerous reports surfaced that they have visited the home where the women were being held in the past. neighbors told the associated press that they heard, quote, pounding on the doors and one saw a naked woman crawling in the backyard. they claim police came to the house but never went inside. for the latest on the situation we turn to fox's own, rick leventhal standing by. rick. >> we also learned that tonight cleveland police are reviewing the conduct of that 911 operator because of their failure to stay on the line with amanda berry until police arrived on scene. as you mentioned, we can confir
. >> and the hero is a neighbor. charles ramsey. who helped amanda barry escape from the house. >> the girl amanda told the police i ain't just the only one. there is more girls up in the house. so they went up there and 30 or 40 deep and when they came out was just astonishing. >> suspect former school bus driver castro, the owner of the house. and his 2 brothers pedro and 0neal castro all of them in their 50's. cleveland television station is reporting that the men raped the women and that one of the men is the father of of amanda barry 6 yearly. >> if either any of these individuals ever see the light of day again then justice has not been served. >>reporter: the daughter polly kidnapped from her petaluma home in 1993 and murdered. he says what happened in cleveland is a miracle. >> i believe that the family of every missing person in america woke up this morning with more hope today than they had yesterday. simply because of the extraordinary circumstances of this case. >> class kids fun days dedicated to preventing crimes against children and he says the case in cleveland once again de
denver that way. is the guy charles ramsey, does he have a future in media? he looked like an interesting guy. >> he will become the next auto tune hero. we have to check with bright bart before we can call anybody hero. >> he took issue with people calling jason collins a hero. >> i don't call bill a hero. >> it doesn't matter. >> if you went missing only hoboken carl would know you were missing. >> he would look for me, but he would be happy if i was in a house. >> have you ever used a psychic? >> i had my palm read one time. she told me i was going to for dwet my credit card. dipping, ding, ding. there was the next day and more drinks were put on it. this charles ramsey guy is a comedian. his stage name is sinbad. >>> do you have a comment on the show? red eye at fox news.com. do you have video of your animal doing something? fox news.com/red eye. the half time report from andy levy. i hope he shows up. >> tonight's half time report is sponsored by has scott. the persons, animals or objects adopted as a symbolic figure to bring them good luck. thanks, mascot. >>> we are back. let's fin
asking whether that neighbor, charles ramsey, maybe he's eligible for a reward. this is what we know. the fbi was offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to amanda berry. we don't know whether ramsey or anybody else will be getting any of that money. but i'm telling you right now that guy did the right thing when it sounds like for ten years there may have been other missed clues, that guy did the right thing. >> we were talking about earlier that he thought this was a domestic issue, right? and most people when there's a domestic issue, they don't want to get involved. but he did the complete opposite. and, and when you hear about the struggle that they had in order to open that door, i mean, he really at the end of the day, he deserves, he deserves a lot of recognition for what he did. >> he comes by, and kicks through the bottom of the door so that she can get out. one thing i think is interesting about that 911 call, you can hear the desperation, finally, finally she's out, and then she's told, well, we'll send a car when one is freed up. no, no, no, no, not when one is
charles ramsey, that astute passerby who heard the screams and barbed in the door. clearly, investigators would love to know the secrets this house could tell and you know they are combing through it right now trying to get to the bottom of what might have happened. >> based on what -- you see right behind you, brooke, are fbi and other law enforcement personnel going in and out. >> reporter: yeah. we've been watching for the last couple hours. it's been i would say about a dozen fbi agents. forgive me. as i turn around. they've put up this tent and i don't know if you can see over my shoulder this green tent. they put out in the last couple hours this table. we saw a number of these agents slapping on these protective suits, these white suits from head to toe like you would see in a hazmat scene. but here, they don't know what they're walking into in this home. that's what we've seen. a lot afanasenkov tifty. helicopters up above. this is a huge news story for the cleveland area. big story here on seymour avenue. >> it certainly is. all right, brooke. thanks very much. cnn's poppy harlow
trying to get out of her house. >> reporter: charles ramsey the man who would not turn away for a cry for help. >> i'm like, what is your problem? if you are stuck, just open the door. she said, "i can't. he's got it lock. we had to kick open the bottom. the door was aluminum, cheap. she climbed out with her daughter. >> reporter: charles ramsey washes dishes at hodge's restaurant in cleveland. they made a t-shirt honoring him. he said he will donate proceeds to the families of the kidnapped young women. it happened before the everyday miracle of compassion rescuing the lost and missing. >> one of the main things for me is a concern for the girls from a mother's standpoint. they weren't giving me any sign they were in trouble. yet i felt that they were. >> reporter: jaycee dugard kidnapped and imprisoned was spotted by police officer allison jacobs and her partner when the man who took jaycee spoke to them. they ran a background check and discovered he is a sex offender. >> he is on parole, he is huge, he has this record, this violent record. this is not going to be good. >> reporter:
the most incredible moment of charles ramsey's interview to me and the story of charles ramsey as a kind of folk hero on this and i want to bring in one more guest to talk about the context of domestic violence and the remarkable revelation today based on very good reporting by the cleveland plain dealer that the suspect in this case had a record of domestic violence. all that when we come back. 8 s is bad, isn't it? oh no! we're good! this is your first time missing a payment. and you've got our new card, so we don't charge you a late fee for for that. plus, we won't hike up your apr for paying late either. man, that's great! it is great, man! thank you. well, thanks for your help. yeah, no problem. call back anytime. at discover, we treat you like you'd treat you. late payment forgiveness. get the new it card at discover.com. you get 5% back, on everything. everything. everything. everything. everything? [ all ] everything? everything. [ male announcer ] get free shipping and 5% back on everything your business needs. that was easy. [ male announcer ] get free shipping and 5% back feby
. they appeared to be in good health. a neighbor, charles ramsey, said he heard screaming and went to investigate. >> i look and i see this girl and she just going nuts on the door. what's your problem? are you stuck? just open the door. she says i can't. he got it locked. i look how he has it. enough to reach a hand out to grab the mail and close the door. naturally going to pry it open. that didn't work. we had to kick open the bottom. that door was aluminum and cheap. she climbed out with her daughter. she went to my house. we called 911. then when the police get here, she says there are three more girls up there. that's when gina dejesus and they brought two more girls out. >> you saw amanda berry? >> yeah. ain't that something. >> it's quite a story. susan mcginnis has more. >> reporter: fbi investigators worked through the night searching this cleveland home where three women were allegedly held hostage for about a decade. 26-year-old amanda berry missing since 2003 escaped from the house early monday evening and called 911. >> i've been kidnapped and i've been missing for ten years and i'm
know, i don't have no words. >> and i want to revisit the interview with charles ramsey, the man who helped amanda berry break open that front door. he was walking along here on seymour avenue, eating his mcdonald's, heard the screams. again, the suspect here, ariel castro, in fact, ramsey was friends with him. >> we see this dude every day. i mean, every day. >> how long have you lived here? >> i've been here a year. i barbecue with this dude. we eat ribs and what not and listen to salsa music. you see where i'm coming from? >> and you had no indication? >> not a clue. >> and that shock is also what my next guest is experiencing here today. he is tito dejesus, he played in a band with ariel castro, has pictures of the suspect up on his facebook account and tito joins me not too far away from where i am here in cleveland. and, tito, first, when i first heard your name, i heard tito dejesus, i thought immediately of gina dejesus, one of the rescued women on seymour avenue. just to be crystal clear, any relation? >> that i know of, no. but i've never checked the family tree, but i've k
, charles ramsey. >> we had to kick open the bottom. waits cleep. she climbed out with her daughter berry called 911. >> help me, i've been kidnapped and missing 10 years. i'm here, i'm free now. >> she informed police two women were continue side. gina dejesus and gina knight. >> they came out of the house after police approached. >> now under arrest former school bus driver aerial castro and his two brothers in their 50s. >> i'm sorry. damage was done by a member of the family. >> neighbors are stunned. >> i thought he was a nice guy. he was loving to kids in the neighborhood. and we never had suspicion autos the women are out of the hospital. police say they're doing well, police say they started to talk to the women but will move cautiously given the trauma they've faced. >> now, you just heard a clip from amanda berry's 911 call. >> it's so riveting we wanted to give you a longer version of the call. take a listen. >> help me. i'm amanda berry. >> do you need police, fire, or ambulance. >> what is going on there? >> i've been kidnapped and missing 10 years z i'm here, i'm free now! >
missing for ten years. and i'm here. i'm free now. >> reporter: there was a neighbor, charles ramsey, who heard screams from inside the house. amanda berry, now 27, pounding on the door to escape. >> we had to kick open the bottom. on that door it was aluminum, it was cheap. she climbed out with her daughter. >> reporter: abc news has learned, she ran to neighbors across the street, grabbing the cordless phone. and you can hear her fear that the man will return. >> we're going to send them as soon as we get a car open. >> no. i need them now before he gets back. >> reporter: and when police arrive, the two other women inside, coming out. unraveling a horror that began in august of 2002. michelle knight, just 20, vanishing. last seen at a cousin's house. and then april next year, amanda berry, 16, disappearing the day before her birthday. a year later, april 2004, gina dejesus, just 14 years old, disappears while walking home from middle school. abc news has learned authorities now suspect the three women spent a lot of time tied up in castro's home, until amanda broke free and took her ch
in the home. amanda berry broke free with the help of a neighbor named charles ramsey that heard her screams and sprang into action. >> i looked. she is a girl and she is going nuts. i said are you stuck. i said open the door. and there it was only enough to close the door to reach the mail. to pry it open so we kicked open the bottom. luckily it was aluminum real cheap. she went to my house and called 911. >> eric: can you only imagine the joy by the family and friends of these three women. here is one of her friends. >> her best friend and i was working the first day she went missing. we went out and had a smoke. we were going to party because it was her birthday and she never came home after she walked down the street. i never seen her again. i was waiting for her to come home for a long, long time. >> eric: can you imagine she has been missing for a decade and she has been held in captivity. >> kimberly: could i have picked something that help police find her. how could she abandoned. one of the mothers. victims deceased died after broken heart. the horror, the nightmare. and what is hap
? >>> coming up next, here is a name you'll hear a lot. charles ramsey, the key to the cleveland escape becoming now a viral video star and the number one topic on twitter. >> yeah, last night he was immortalized on late night. >> on history, one brave man. >> i eat my mcdonald's. i come outside. i see this girl going nuts. >> who looked into the eyes of danger. >> i bopped you with this dude. we eat ribs and whatnot, listen to salsa music. >> and said some crazy, hilarious [ bleep ]. >> i knew something was wrong when a little pretty white girl ran into a black man's arms. something is wrong here. >> charles ramsey, a true american hero who said lots of hilarious [ bleep ] only on history. >> some big testicles to pull this off, bro. >> irdon't think we've seen the last of charles. >> it is nice to have a little bit of levity to this. >> very entertaining. >> absolutely. >>> here's our "play of the day" this morning. talk about smooth. who wouldn't want to look at this. >> this treadmill dancer shakes his stuff like that almost every day at a gym in florida and doesn't seem to care or
. >>> and the hero in the rescue of the three women held captive in ohio is neighbor charles ramsey. he shot to internet stardom thanks to his lively interview with local tv reporters and his affinity for fast food. >> i went to mcdonald's, i was eating at mcdonald's, i hear some girl screaming. >> not only did he mention mcdonald's in that television report, but he also noted the fast food chain when he called 911. now mcdonald's says they may be thanking him. the burger chain tweeted saying we salute the courage of the ohio kidnap victims and respect their privacy. way to go, charles ramsey. we'll be in touch. >> he certainly deserves a little something for that good deed. ashley morrison in new york, thank you. >>> well, coming up on the "morning news," the answer to a million-dollar question. we'll tell you who gets the reward for the capture of fugitive christopher dorner. this is the "cbs morning news." >> announcer: moneywatch sponsored by vagisil. count on it. >> announcer: moneywatch sponsored by vagisil. count on it. [ male announcer ] how do you get your bounce? i just stick the b
neighbor, charles ram ramsey one-on-one. a minute by minute account. i told her, go across the street and use their phone. now we both calling 911. >> this morning, cleveland attempts to heal. yellow ribbons and a heavy heart. "newsroom" starts now. >> and good morning. thank you so much for being with me. i'm carol costello, we begin in cleveland, where investigators could get the first glimpse into the deep, dark secrets what locals call a house of horrors. they will question the suspects today for the first time. cleveland's police chief expected charges to be filed today against homeowner ariel castro and his two brothers and could also appear in court today. we're also hearing more about conditions of the rescued women. it turns out they were wrong when they said all were released from the hospital. michele knight remains in the hospital this morning. she had wen mibeen missing the longest. she is described as weak and thin, not so eager to talk to her family. we'll hear from her mother in a minute. first, something that caused eyes to well up. for the first time in ten years, am
ramsey. what do you know about that? >> well charles ramie, as you know, erin, claimed to have kicked down part of the door which actually ended up freeing amanda berry to go across the street to call 911. the police have publicly thanked charles ramsey for doing what he apparently did. however, some neighbors including one that i spoke to across the street, the woman where she ran and called 911, the woman's house, said that there was a man named angel who actually kicked down that door and enabled, excuse me, amanda berry to go free, it was not charles ramsey who did that. so there are some differing accounts here, as you mentioned. there are credibility questions regarding almost everyone involved in this case. so maybe some of that will come out in the days ahead. maybe we'll get a little more clarity on who the hero really was. >> all right. people want to know that. one of them, of course, we know amanda berry thanks to our brian todd. former fbi profiler john douglas and casey jordan, good to have both of you with us. casey, i mean brian todd painted a pretty horrific picture o
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